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Robert E. Fisher, MD

Rob Fisher, MD, has been an ASCO member since 1991. He currently practices at the Longmont office of Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers in Colorado. Recognizing the need to provide online educational resources for breast cancer survivors and professionals, he is Co-Founder and is Organization President of the Pink Ribbon Survivors Network. This website hosts three separate online libraries: one for breast cancer survivors, one for cancer care professionals, and one for primary care providers. Dr. Fisher maintains an interest in strategies to improve the quality of survivorship care. Follow Dr. Fisher on Twitter @RobertEFisher1.

Jan 06, 2014
Perhaps the most evocative essay that I have ever read is David Steensma's piece entitled "Reassurance" in the Art of Oncology section of the JCO, published in August 2004. Dr. Steensma writes an emotionally and visually powerful essay...
Nov 08, 2013
We are all cognizant of the studies that show the high-percentage use of supplements and herbal remedies in our patient population. This issue frequently comes up in conversation in the clinic, and often, our patients may be reluctant to inform us of their supplement use.
Sep 25, 2013
I am struck by the complex signals we now live with as each of us proceeds through our day of clinical, research, or administrative matters. Daily, we navigate through a forest of information from our multiple emails, texts, tweets, phone messages, snail mail, and conversations with colleagues and...